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Ashbarni
mūk'a-y ašbār-ni
[ˈmu:kʰaj aʃˈba:rni]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 6 July 2022
Language type A priori
Species Human/humanoid
About Ashbarni

{breaking lore for a sec: the actual script is still being worked on, there are even more wacky characters to come!}

maasar--aath--isuy naymuu--y--dis [uykha--tuus]--uni rasuuy--adaa--gu--uy muukha--y--an--nay [asbaar]--ni akhuuy--ni
māšar-āt'-išuy naymū-y-diš uyk'a-tūš-uni rašūy-adā-gu-uy mūk'a-y-an-nay ašbār-ni ak'ūy-ni
māšarāt'išuy naymūydiš Uyk'a-Tūšuni rašūyadāgūy mūk'āynay ašbārni ak'ūni

word.NOMNominative (case)
TRANS subject, INTR argument
.PLPlural (number)
more than one/few
.this hand.POSSGPossessed (case)
marks being owned
.with Uyk'a-Tūš.POSPossessor
generic possessive article
write.PASSPassive voice (valency)
be verb-ed
.PASPast
action occurred before moment of speech
.3Third person (person)
neither speaker nor addressee
/.2PSecond person plural (person)
addressee (plural)
language.PAUPaucal (number)
a few, some
.POSSGPossessed (case)
marks being owned
.OBOblique (case)
marked case, vs. direct
.in ašbār.POSPossessor
generic possessive article
.1PFirst person plural (person)
we (inclusive or exclusive)
.POSPossessor
generic possessive article

/ˈma:ʃara:tʰiʃuj najˈmu:jdiʃ ujkʰaˈtu:ʃuni raˈʃu:jada:gu:j ˈmu:kʰa:jnaj aʃˈba:rni aˈkʰu:ni/

These words were written with the hand of Uyk'a-Tūš in our, Ashbarni, language.

A long forgotten ancient language isolate once spoken by circa 300 000 people in the Ashbarni Kingdom (locally also kasirath <‍kaširat'>, /ˈkaʃiratʰ/, "homeland, native land" ). It is an agglutinative language, though its later forms show some signs of fusion in certain cases.

Nouns, pronouns and verbs have only paucal and plural numbers; it is unknown how or why Ashbarni lost the singular, or if it even had it in the first place; it is theorised, though, that the singular and paucal (or former dual) merged, as pronouns and verbs have many of their forms merged similarly too;

PronounsPaucalPlural
First person
way
ak'ūy
Second person
lay
māw
Third person

Verb endingsPaucalPlural
First person
-w
Second person
-y
-uy
Third person

For more info, check the articles.
Sample of Ashbarni[view] way-t' māw-n 'ūršuk'-'a-ni-(w) arp'i-māw-t' kaširat'-an-ay ak'ūy-ni naymū-'a-ni-(u)y / / way-t' māw-n 'ūršuk'-'a-ni-(w) šimrūš-an-diš-ay Ušmūruk'-uni 'ūršuk'-'a-ni-(w) arp'i-māw-t' 'āšār-ād-an āwi ušmūr-ād-an āwi ušmūr-ād-an āwi martūruk'-ād...[view all texts]
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Language family relationships
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Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal m n       ŋ  
Plosive p pʰ b t tʰ d       k kʰ g  
Fricative     ʃ       h
Lateral approximant   l          
Approximant       j w    
Trill   r          
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i i:   u u:
Mid   ə  
Open a a:    
Polyphthongs uj aj aw iw
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Ashbarni. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 AshbarniOrthography [edit]
'/h/-//ā/a:/a/a/b/b/d/d/ǧ/ŋ/g/g/ī/i:/
i/i/k/k/k'/kʰ/l/l/m/m/n/n/p/p/p'/pʰ/r/r/
š/ʃ/t/t/t'/tʰ/ū/u:/u/u/w/w/y/j/ə/ə/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
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    Typological information for Ashbarni

    Base counting systemHexadecimal (16)
    GendersAnimate/Inanimate
    Morphological typologyAgglutinative
    Primary word orderSOV
    Script typePictographic/Ideographic

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